Andrea is a mother to four lovely kids: a 16-year-old boy and three girls aged 5, 8, and 14. The one thing they all have in common is the desire to expand their worldview and communicate with people from all over the world.
Press play to hear how Andrea is travelling and teaching her kids a foreign language on the road!
Justine’s youngest daughter had always been fascinated with France as a country, with Paris + especially the French language. So Justine decided to look for resources that were best suited for her daughter, when she came across The Cultured Kid.
Of course French was one of the units and both she and her daughter fell in love with it. One of the biggest factors that drew Justine in was the fact that The Cultured Kid lessons were play based, which she knew had been a very successful method of learning for her daughter.After giving it a try, she found that her girls absolutely loved the play based resources + games inside the program!
Having grown up learning to speak her heritage language, German - Christina was keen to pass this language and culture on to her daughter from an early age.
Despite being able to speak the language fluently, Christina's greatest struggle was knowing how to actually TEACH it to her daughter regularly throughout the week. Press play to hear how Christina integrates the German language into her daughters schedule to pass on her family heritage.
Ali is a mom of 3 who grew up learning the Spanish language at school... However having not spoken the language for 10 years, she felt like she wasn't qualified to teach her kids at home!
Press play to watch how Ali went from being scared to teach her kids to having a plan to lean on and having her kids start speaking Spanish phrases by the end of the week
When her son Micah was about two and a half, Corrie decided that it was time to introduce one of her great passions and started introducing the Spanish language to him - knowing the value of learning a language while a child is young.
Fluent in the language but Corrie needed a plan to move forward with consistency. Find out how she was able to get started and keep going.
Jennifer is an American mama who grew up speaking Italian from her family and really wanted to pass on her family's language and culture to her children.
Her son has special needs when it comes to learning and her journey towards language fluency has been different to what she imagined. Listen to Jennifer's story and hear how she's using The Cultured Home language program to make the Italian language fun and simple for her kids.
Paige is a mama of 2 raising her 3 kids in a bilingual province of Canada. Her daughter had been begging her for years to start learning French but Paige's biggest fear was not knowing enough of the language to teach it to her correctly.
Click to hear Paige's story about how she introduced a language she didn't know to her kids in just 5 minutes a day.
She’s an amazing Mom of two kiddos - Luca and baby Giselle. A non-native speaker who wants her kids to connect with their heritage
Erin comes from German heritage but isn’t a native speaker. Her father never spoke German at home so Erin missed out on learning as a child and found it a challenge to learn as an adult. She didn’t want to make the same mistake with her own kiddos!
She wanted them to understand more about their heritage and also be able to speak another language and she shares how she went from zero interest in German, to loving his lessons!
Miche is originally from South Africa and a globe-trotting mama, joined the Cultured Home Program to teach her kiddos ( 2, 4 and 6 years) to speak French.
Although she was familiar(ish) with French sounds, Miche admits wasn’t 100% confident in her capability to teach the French program to her kids.
“But once she got into the program, it was almost like she didn’t need to have any background in French - it was so clear on how to pronounce the words watching the videos.”